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Super clean eating for the next several weeks to get my body rebooted after the summer season...can you relate??? ... See MoreSee Less

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Amen sister

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yes, sure can

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Are you still using your instant pot Bekki?

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Yes!! Send me your meal plans!! Bahaaa

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Yup :)

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That looks like tuna?

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I’ve been playing catch up in the kitchen this past couple days. Finally got around to rendering the beautiful grass fed pork fat that’s been in the freezer!
Contrary to popular belief, I don’t think this organic saturated fat is a health hazard!
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Sugar and flour free wild blackberry crumble ready for the freezer!
Don’t overthink these simple recipes. I just added the berries, swerve sweetener, a bit of lemon juice and some arrowroot powder (to thicken) till it tasted good to me. Then did a topping of almond flour, coconut, a bit of oatmeal, chopped pecans, swerve and grass fed butter (I chopped it in till it was around pea size). Layered in a jar and baked at 350 till it was bubbly.
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They look yummy!❤️

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Great idea

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Listen to what one of our local organic farmers has to say!
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Look closely at these heirloom tomatoes. Do you see the scars, the splits, the blotches and other blemishes? These imperfections automatically condemn these tomatoes despite their wild flavors, juicy flesh and colorful skins. You won't find them in the market. Nope, only their perfectly round, smooth skinned brothers and sisters will be on the shelf and if they're not pinched or squeezed by pinchers and squeezers they'll be snatched up and adopted by happy customers. But what about the rejects? Who will take them? I've heard lots of people deplore our wastefulness as a society. They're quick to claim that they have no qualms with imperfect fruits or vegetables. Having said that, I have yet to see a customer actually choose the ugliest cabbage or the crookedest cucumber off the shelf. Right? Most people who make claims that they have no problems with deformed food do so with the expectation that the ugly food is discounted. It's not really the ugly food they want, it's the wonderful discount they're after. But here's the thing. An oblong tomato takes just as much resources to grow as its spherical sibling. By putting seconds on the shelf at a discounted price often means the perfect food is neglected and eventually becomes second grade quality and a market begins to look sloppy and inevitably attracts fruit flies and bargain hunters. And so, most markets like ours end up with stacks of condemned food. Pigs and pig farmers are the real winners here. But what about charities? Unfortunately, donations to charities don't make a profit for farms. Food takes money to grow and giving it away doesn't. Not that it's strictly about profit, it never can be and it certainly isn't for us. At the same time, farms need to be financially sustainable or they cease to exist and everyone loses. Unfortunately, many people have the notion that if anyone should be donating it ought to be the farms. The biblical notion of gleaning comes to mind as the best way to deal with food wastes. Individuals in a neighborhood who are struggling to feed themselves and their families visit a farm and ask if they may harvest food that the farm is unable to market. And, they're not expecting a handout and they're not self-entitled. They pick their own food for their own family and a direct caring and sharing relationship is established. I'm a strong believer in working for food even in cases where individuals may have a more serious debilitating condition but are still mobile enough to harvest even slowly or clumsily. When health is restored they'll give back to the farm or help others when they can. Individuals who can't work are assisted directly by their neighbours who may also struggle and need to seek reliance on the farm. It's not that I'm against charities per se. We support some great causes. My big concern is a loss of connection between the giver and the receiver. When we bring the two into direct contact, unbreakable relationships develop within a community. Today, we expect salvation from governments, agencies and charities, not from people with heart and soul and feeling. All individual responsibility seems lost and so does a real and deep concern for our neighbour. Let them visit Salvation Army if they're hungry...They're on welfare, aren't they...? And so the thinking goes. So, if you know someone in deep need, send them to our farm. If they can't drive, you bring them and we'll feed them and feed them well. That's our promise.

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Your harvest is amazing

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Today it’s all about veggie stock!
I keep all my organic trimmings and freeze them to make fresh stock about every 4-6 months.
Smells great!
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Looks it to ..

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Anyone else feeling that summer party season tummy bloat?
This is the time of year all the fun catches up with me and I have to make a conscious effort to not have that glass of wine with dinner on the patio.
You too??
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I have no appetite when it's hot out so I usually drop 10 lbs

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Yep, I get a little lax in the summer and indulge in the wrong foods.

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Yup then super focussed again in September

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This usually happens to me in the winter!! Hello comfort food 😂😂

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Making some yummy fish stock from the carcass of the whole halibut we bought.
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Bekki’s Causes


Extending a helping hand to underprivileged children globally.
www.jeunessekids.org


An international charity and educational partner, working both domestically and internationally to empower and enable youth to be agents of change.
www.freethechildren.com